Birmingham City Council has published proposals for a workplace parking levy that could cost businesses £500 per year for each parking space it offers to employees.
Workplace parking levies could be used as a way of tackling air quality and emissions targets, and raising money to invest in sustainable transport projects.
Leicester City Council is considering introducing a workplace parking levy to help fund local transport improvements and cut congestion and traffic pollution.
Andrew Ryan looks at the principles of Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy report and their meaning
A number of cities are planning WPLs seven years after Nottingham launched its pioneering scheme. We look at what fleets can learn from the city’s experiences
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has installed 166 smart chargers for electric vehicles at its Gaydon engineering centre, to encourage its staff into greener cars.
Up to 10 local authorities could be planning to introduce workplace charging levies, which could cost employees up to £1,000 per year to park at work.
Local authorities should focus on bringing in workplace parking levies rather than introducing Clean Air Zones, a leading transport academic has claimed.
Charging employers for providing parking spaces is one of a number of solutions being considered to reduce air pollution in Manchester.
London Assembly report calls for road pricing to replace congestion charge.
Nottingham has achieved its carbon emissions reduction target four years’ early, thanks in part to the introduction of the Workplace Parking Levy (WPL).
Businesses in Nottingham are driving a sharp increase in car club usage in the city, a year after the introduction of Enterprise Car Club bays.
A workplace parking levy could be introduced for businesses across Oxford by 2019 after proposals were approved by the council.
More local authorities are looking to introduce workplace parking levies in a bid to cut traffic congestion, improve air quality and boost the local economy.
A series of workplace parking levy schemes could be introduced across London to improve air quality in the capital.
Three-quarters of Nottingham’s businesses have registered for the city council’s workplace parking levy scheme in advance of its introduction on April 1, 2012.
Nottingham businesses have abandoned plans to mount a court challenge to block the city councils introducing a workplace parking levy.
Exclusive research by Fleet News has found that 11 cities have already investigated introducing a workplace parking levy.
The country’s first workplace parking levy got the green light last night when Nottingham City Council officially endorsed its WPL.
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